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From Michael Glenn <>
Subject Re: xBug related XSP Questions
Date Thu, 20 Jan 2000 19:04:39 GMT
Ricardo Rocha wrote:
> On Jan-20-2000 Michael Glenn wrote:


> > Where would the code to add the retrieved information into the database
> > reside and how would it be referenced?
> XSP follows a layered (TM by Stefano Mazzocchi) approach where
> libraries are applied in sequence so that the "output" of one library
> becomes the "input" of another, not unlike the good ole' Unix pipeline
> concept.
> Thus, xBug could well be expressed in terms of Donald's upcoming SQL
> XSP library.
> Violating the sacrosanct principle of wrapping all business logic as
> Java Beans and also improvising a SQL library syntax Donald is sure
> to denounce as ridiculous, the following example illustrates the point:
> 1) "User" XSP Page:
>   <xbug:add-bug>

BANG! That cleared up the confusion for me, thanks Ricardo. I appreciate
all the effort as well. The more examples the better. The value of XSP
is growing on me. :-)

Michael Glenn,
Principal and Web Architect
North 49 Design

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